The Liar Society (Liar Society Series #1)

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"A page-turning, pearl-clutching mystery!"
-Kimberly Derting, author of The Body Finder and Desires of the Dead

"One killer novel."
-Lee Nichols, author of the Haunting Emma series

"The moment you finish, you'll start writing your fan letter, begging for more."
-Adele Griffin, National Book Award Finalist and author of The Julian Game and Picture the Dead

Since when do the ...

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Overview

"A page-turning, pearl-clutching mystery!"
-Kimberly Derting, author of The Body Finder and Desires of the Dead

"One killer novel."
-Lee Nichols, author of the Haunting Emma series

"The moment you finish, you'll start writing your fan letter, begging for more."
-Adele Griffin, National Book Award Finalist and author of The Julian Game and Picture the Dead

Since when do the dead send emails?

Kate Lowry's best friend Grace died a year ago. So when she gets an email from her, Kate's more than a little confused.

To: KateLowry@pemberlybrown.edu From: GraceLee@pemberlybrown.edu Subject: (no subject)
Kate,
I'm here... sort of.
Find Cameron. He knows.
I shouldn't be writing.
Don't tell. They'll hurt you.

Now Kate has no choice but to prove once and for all that Grace's death was more than just a tragic accident. She teams up with a couple of knights-in-(not-so)-shining armor-the dangerously hot bad boy, Liam, and her lovestruck neighbor, Seth. But at their elite private school, there are secrets so big people will do anything to protect them-even if it means getting rid of anyone trying to solve a murder...

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Editorial Reviews

Publishers Weekly
Kate is still recovering from the death of her friend Grace last fall, which she believes may not have been an accident. So when she receives an email from Grace, she is understandably shaken. Kate attends Pemberly Brown Academy, a prestigious private school steeped in tradition and snobbery, where Kate has few allies beyond her smitten and conspiracy theory–obsessed friend Seth, and maybe her recent love interest, bad boy Liam. But as Grace's emails become more intense—full of pleas, riddles, directions, and warnings—Kate is overwhelmed with guilt for not being with Grace on the night she died, and she obsessively seeks the truth about what happened. The Roecker sisters' narrative switches from the events leading up to Grace's death and the present day, effectively building tension and emphasizing the life-altering significance of the event for Kate ("It was like a giant pair of scissors had come along and neatly snipped my life in two"). No character is above suspicion in this chilling, suspenseful, and smart debut. Ages 12–up. (Mar.)
Booklist
"[A] smartly paced and plotted first novel, full of twists, clues, and sleuthing. Add this to your go-to list of mysteries, and expect readers to clamor for a follow-up to this sister duo's first novel." - Heather Booth
RT
A book for mystery lovers everywhere. The Roecker sisters' debut will suck you in and leave readers hanging until the very end. Danger and thrills, romance and horror will keep you entertained. A great read for a rainy day. (4 of 5 stars)
— Meera Patel
I Just Wanna Sit Here And Read
"THE LIAR SOCIETY, by Lisa and Laura Roecker, is a fast paced mystery that brings a new light to a female detective remnicent of Nancy Drew.

The Roecker sisters have a great talent for writing. They pulled off co-writing a book, creating amazing characters, and keeping up the suspense of this thrilling mystery. I look forward to anything they put out in the future. Fantastic book!!" - I Just Wanna Sit Here And Read

School Library Journal
Gr 7–10—The past year has been a nightmare for Kate as she mourns the accidental death of her best friend, Grace, and the estrangement of her other friend, Maddie. Sitting alone in her bedroom, Kate receives an email from Grace telling her that she is still here and that Kate must help her. Kate then suspects that Grace's death was more than just an accident and that the answers reside within the walls of the prestigious Pemberly Brown Acadamy that Kate attends. The strange emails keep coming offering her clues, but Grace also appears to Kate as ghostly apparitions. Kate delves deeper into the academy's secrets and recruits two fellow classmates, Seth and Liam, to help her track down clues and mourn her friend. While the pacing of the book and atmospheric setting keep the pages turning, there is nothing surprising in the story. Kate is endearing enough, but there are no clever plotting elements and no new character twists, and the ending relies heavily on stereotypically clueless parents.—Mindy Whipple, West Jordan Library, UT
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781402256332
  • Publisher: Sourcebooks, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 3/1/2011
  • Series: Liar Society Series , #1
  • Pages: 368
  • Sales rank: 483,118
  • Age range: 12 - 17 Years
  • Lexile: 800L (what's this?)
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.20 (h) x 1.20 (d)

Meet the Author

Lisa and Laura Roecker are sisters-turned-writing-partners with a love of all things Young Adult. Some call it arrested development, but the sisters claim it keeps them young. Plus, it's cheaper than Botox. Lisa and Laura live in Cleveland, Ohio, in separate residences. Their husbands wouldn't agree to a duplex. The Liar Society is their first novel. To learn more, check out www.lisaandlauraroecker.com.

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Her email didn't move or disappear or do any of the creepy things I'd expect an email from a ghost to do. It was just there.
Existing.
To: KateLowry@pemberlybrown.edu Sent: Tues 9/14 11:59 PM From: GraceLee@pemberlybrown.edu Subject: (no subject)
Kate,
I'm here...
Sort of.
Find Cameron.
He knows.
I shouldn't be writing.
Don't tell.
They'll hurt you.

The words blurred on the screen, and my hands went limp. My phone clattered to the hardwood floor, the battery popping off and sliding beneath my bed.
Dead best friends didn't send emails.
I shook my head fiercely in an attempt to clear my thoughts. It was the anniversary of her death, and I missed Grace more than anything. Maybe my mind was just playing tricks on me. Maybe this wasn't really happening.
I took a deep breath, grabbed my laptop, and refreshed my mail. My hand flew to cover my mouth when I saw her name on the screen again. As much as I wanted to believe that the email was from Grace, my mind just couldn't make the leap.
Maybe this was some kind of joke, but that kind of cruelty didn't seem possible. Plus we guarded our email passwords with our lives, and there was no way anyone was capable of hacking into the school's database.
When I reread the words, something deep inside of me-buried beneath all the anger and guilt-woke up. It was as though I'd spent the last year living in a fog of grief and regret, and suddenly the atmosphere had cleared. My room looked the same, but the blue of the walls was more vibrant, the white of my duvet brighter.
I had sent Grace hundreds of emails over the past year. Trying to describe how much I missed her, how much my life sucked without her, and how much I needed my best friend back. I kept expecting our school, Pemberly Brown, to delete her account, kept waiting for the moment my emails would bounce back undeliverable. But that moment never came. Was it possible that after all this time, after all those emails, Grace had actually written me back?
I'm here...
She was where? In my room? A trickle of sweat rolled down the center of my chest, sending a fresh trail of goose bumps straight down my legs.
"Grace?" My voice cracked.
As soon as the sound left my lips, I regretted it. Really, Kate? A ghost? No wonder my parents sent me to a shrink.
My mind reeled. What if she wasn't a ghost? What if Grace was still alive? I remembered her funeral like one of those black-and-white silent movies. People's lips moved, but I couldn't make out the words. The memory was grainy and parts were missing, as though someone had forgotten to tape back together the pieces of a broken filmstrip. One image remained clear, though: the casket at the altar, its lid tightly closed, the box that looked way too small to hold my best friend.
Maybe there had been some terrible misunderstanding...maybe Grace was still out there somewhere.
I read her words again, and this time one word, one name stuck.
Cameron.
I leaped up from my chair, misjudged the distance between knee and desk, and slammed into the wood.
I squeezed my eyes shut for a second. The humid September air hung heavy in the room, practically suffocating me as I tried to make sense of her words. The email was a clue, a clue I'd spent the last year trying to find. Someone or something was trying to tell me what I'd always known in my heart: Grace's death was more than just a horrible accident.
She needed my help.
The chair scraped against the floor as I pushed it in front of my closet, climbed on top, and pulled down the huge box that held the artifacts of our friendship. I ran my fingers over the word "Memories" written on the box. A fat tear landed on the o and magnified the letter. I hadn't even realized I was crying. As I pressed my palms against my eyes, I willed the tears to stop. I had to focus.
The ceiling fan rattled overhead, fighting a losing battle against the heat, and as soon as I lifted the box's lid, a bunch of the emails I'd sent to Grace over the past year scattered onto my bed. I shoved the ones still in the box aside impatiently, not completely sure why I printed them in the first place.
I guess maybe I needed my words to be real. Sometimes sending my thoughts out into cyberspace to Grace wasn't enough. The emails were proof that she had existed and proof that, for me, she was still out there somewhere. And as crazy as it sounds, part of me always hoped that somehow, somewhere, she could read them.
I picked up the pink-and-purple jewelry box Grace had given me for my seventh birthday. It used to be full of the half-heart charms that marked our friendship-bracelets, necklaces, even dangle earrings that Grace couldn't wear because her parents never let her get her ears pierced. But now there was only one piece of jewelry left-Grace's pearls. I hadn't touched them since her mother had tearfully wound them around my wrist like a rosary after the funeral.
I lifted the lock and opened the lid. The long strand of pearls filled the box, and I imagined Grace twisting the necklace around her finger like she always did when she was lost in thought or cooking up another one of her schemes. I looped the beads around my neck three times, just like Grace used to. Their weight was somehow reassuring, and it gave me the strength to finally unearth the picture frame.
And there she was.
Grace.
Actually, the picture was of the three of us-me, Maddie, and Grace. Best friends forever. It had been taken two summers ago-before everything and everyone changed.
None of us had been ready when Grace's mom snapped the shot. We begged her to take another as we huddled in front of the camera. I pointed to my eyes, squinty because I was laughing so hard; Maddie grumbled that her face looked fat, self-consciously pinching the skin beneath her chin; and Grace complained that we were too old for pictures, threatening to hit Delete. But Mrs. Lee pulled the camera out of our reach and waved her hand. She promised that the picture had captured everything we'd want to remember about that summer.
And she was right: the picture was perfect.
I picked up the frame and stared into Grace's eyes-her best feature. They were dark and almond shaped, and she always looked like she was wearing eyeliner, even though makeup was strictly forbidden in the Lee house.
Genuine smiles lit our faces, and I could almost hear the echo of our laughter. We were happy in that just-before-high-school way when it was still cool to ride your bike to the pool or eat box after box of Hot Tamales while playing truth or dare in a tent set up in your friend's backyard.
I missed that kind of happy.
I put the picture aside and dug through the box until I found the small white notebook decorated with glitter, rhinestones, and puff paint. It looked like an entire craft store had thrown up on the cover.
I remembered the sleepover in seventh grade when Grace had decided we needed a slam book to hold our deepest and darkest secrets. Each page had a different question, and each of us had chosen a different color to write our "secret" answers. Grace had chosen orange, as usual.
My stomach lurched a little as I flipped through the book and scanned the pages for her loopy handwriting.

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  • Posted March 12, 2011

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    Missy's Reads & Reviews

    You know what I miss? I miss those fun little high school mystery books that I used to read when I was a teen. The ones where you're just as clueless as the MC, so you're having to figure out and guess right along with the main character. You know what I'm talking about, right? Well, fortunately for us, Lisa and Laura Roecker have brought that back with their debut novel, The Liar Society.

    Set in a boarding school, this book has all of the potential to be a run-of-the-mill boarding school book where the main girl is popular with all the hot guys, but the mean girls don't like her and all she wants is a true friend... yadda yadda yadda. Yet again, the authors surprise us by taking the boarding school premise and making it so much more than that. We have a main character who's distraught by her best friend's death and, when receiving e-mails from said dead best friend, she does everything in her power to try and find out what the friend is trying to telling her. What ensues is a story full of adventure and mystery, with a hint of romance and wit added right along with it.

    Kate is a wonderfully written MC and I love that they make her such a powerful female in this book - she's got the looks, the attitude and the wit. Plus, there's this sense of undying loyalty for her best friend in the book that just makes me all warm and fuzzy on the inside. I think Kate and her two sidekicks, Liam and Seth, are an amazing trio that work well together. Seth is that guy next door that you can always depend on and Liam is that bad boy that makes your little heart go pitter-patter. Their dynamic together is nothing short of amazingly perfect. I also liked that some of the characters weren't as shallow as they seemed as first and were developed extremely well through the story where it wasn't necessarily told that they weren't as horrible as you thought, you actually saw through their actions how they truly were. Of course, there were some jerks.. but it might surprise you who those jerks really are. Or not.

    This is definitely more of a character-driven book, but the plot was not lacking in any way. I loved the use of the flashbacks to show Kate's relationship with her best friend Grace before she died. I also loved the boarding school with all of its rich history and detail. Kate's quest to find out about her friend is endearing and the ending is unexpectedly bittersweet. However, there is closure and a definite hint at another book to follow - one that I will definitely be picking up as soon as it becomes available.

    8 out of 9 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted June 22, 2011

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    One of the Snazziest Books of the Year

    When I first sat down to read this book yesterday, I only expected to read a few pages and then put it down until it was closer to its March release date, but before I knew it I was halfway done, and once you're that far, you can't put it down, right? Especially if it's as amazing as The Liar Society was? So, before I knew it, I was done with the book and dying to read the next, because if The Liar Society isn't one of the most thrilling and unique books out there, I don't know what is.

    The Liar Society tells the story of Kate Lowry, a girl who hasn't felt the same since her best friend Grace died last year. Kate feels there was more to Grace's sudden demise than told, but after a year of seeing a shrink, Kate's learned to be quiet about her theories. Well, until an e-mail from Grace appears in her inbox, telling her to contact Cameron, Grace's some-what boyfriend, so she does, and before she knows it, she's hooked on the case and finding out the truth, even if means finding out disturbing secrets about her crush Liam and recruiting her nerdy neighbor Seth to be her side-kick. But is Kate prepared for the truth? Especially if it means uncovering more than she ever expected? Only time will tell in this thrilling mystery!

    One of the things I loved most about this book were the characters, especially Kate. Kate is like a new Nancy Drew in the way that once she finds a mystery, she has a hard time stopping herself from seeking the truth, which is one of the main reasons why I loved Kate's character so much. Because with this trait, it was easy to see Kate was a fearless, smart, and witty character, one you not only didn't want to mess with but couldn't help but to root for. Along with Kate, came several other great characters, such as the charming and secretive Liam, a boy who's after Kate's heart if she'll let him close, and Seth, Kate's sidekick who managed to steal the show with his dweeby yet adorable antics time and time again.

    Another high point of The Liar Society was the plot at hand. The plot of this contained so many mysteries, twists, and turns, that even the most truth-seeking of readers won't be able to figure out just what happened until the very last pages- a very, very good thing, in my opinion. Better yet, I loved how Lisa and Laura Roecker put the perfect touch of romance in this, one that leaves you eager for more of it in future sequels.

    And this review wouldn't be complete if I didn't say at least once how amazing of authors Lisa and Laura Roecker are! They created such a great and believable world in this, one I hope readers, like myself, will be able to visit time and time again in the future.

    Wit, romance, suspense, and action- this book has it all! I seriously can't express in words just how much I LOVED this book. Lisa and Laura? You've kind of created a fan-girl in me with this- one who can't wait to read more books involving Kate, Liam, and Seth and anyone else you two dream up.

    Grade: A+

    3 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 15, 2012

    Good not great

    It was good... once i started reading i kept reading and couldnt put it down... but when i finished it, i just felt like it was missing something. I wasnt satisfied with the end, i wish it would have ended with kate getting some justice and have anwsered some more of my ?'s. The storyline and plot were good and i found the characters believable, especially kate... even though at some points she seems crazy. So overall its a good quick read that i recomend though i doubt i will add it to my "favorites" book list

    1 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted February 14, 2011

    veronica mars meets nancy drew - only better!

    The Liar Society follow Kate Lowry, living in a prestigious boarding school in the aftermath of her best friend Grace's death. Kate is confused and lost, wondering what could possibly have turned life so horribly upside down when she receives an email from Grace, saying that she needs Kate to figure out what happened to her - and to be careful. Up until now, Kate was certain that dead girls didn't send emails, but now Kate has the chance to prove that Grace's death was more than the accident it seemed. Teaming up with the cute and nerdy neighbor, Seth, and the ultimate bad boy at school, Liam, Kate is determined to find the truth once and for all.

    I've been stalking and reading Lisa and Laura Roecker's blog forever, and when I say forever, I mean since the day I started my blog. Literally. Debut authors, Lisa and Laura are a sister duo, self-described as "The Hilton sisters - spray tans + brains - 4 inches + 20 (ok, 30) pounds / Cleveland, OH." Seriously witty and original, the sisters have created a mystery story in The Liar Society that's equal parts adventure, mystery and intrigue. Throw a little pinch of oh-so-cute romance into the mix, and The Liar Society is, essentially the epitome of a slam-dunk debut.

    The Liar Society presents one of the most likeable heroines I've ever read. Kate has these hilarious one-liners that are so fresh and fantastic that I want to slap myself for ever having read books with whiny little female MCs. Kate, Liam and Seth perfectly complement one another and add a dynamic of intrigue and fun to their already-developed personalities. Furthermore, I am pleased to say that, though set in a boarding school, The Liar Society is NOT rife with your stereotypical mean girls/rich students with all their baggage. Rather, the mystery fuels the plot, and the flashbacks that let us experience the friendship between Kate and Grace give us even more depth. You know what? Kate is like Veronica Mars - full of snark and sass, but with a mushy marshmallow interior hiding beneath her resilient personality.

    I am going to sing the praises of The Liar Society from here until the sequel, so help me God. A twist between Nancy Drew and Veronica Mars, The Liar Society is fresh and fabulous, leaving us hanging just a little with an ending I truly did not expect. I give it a 5 out of 5, and I want the sequel. Now. I would recommend this books to all YA fans, especially those who like mysteries and contemporary fiction.

    I received this book free of charge from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. This, in no way, affected my opinion or review of this book.

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 27, 2014

    Great book

    To the person who was disappointed with the ending--its a series...theres more.. great book witty main character

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 27, 2013

    Best book ever

    This book is the best!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 12, 2013

    I loved this book!

    I loved this book!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 16, 2013

    Hmm...

    Sounds like a "good girl" version of Pretty Little Liars

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 1, 2013

    Amazing

    Bought it today and the first page had me hooked.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 17, 2013

    Love it!!!

    This book is really good.

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 31, 2013

    Best Book Ever

    This book is very interesting. Nice and descriptive. Love this book. Im 13 so if your a pre-teen or teenage, you'll love it. Trust me.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 20, 2013

    Hi

    Hi this is awesome i love it goodbye hope u enjoy it

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 4, 2013

    Liar Society Review

    This was the best mystery I have ever read. It had some romance (but not too much), it had friendship, secrets, and lies. These sisters really know how to write em'.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 2, 2013

    Hi

    Hi

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 6, 2012

    Since when do the dead contact their besties????

    Since the liar society !!! It is an amaing book i loved the dangerous side of the book and the romance part i cant wait till da next book!!!!!!!

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 30, 2012

    Amazing!!!

    I love this book i keep reading it over and over again.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 29, 2012

    a page turner for sure

    i read this book in a day. it is absolutely impossible to put down. it is a very interesting mystery full of riddles and secret societies. some of the phrasing was a little awkward and i would have loved a little more detail. but other than that stunning; ready for Liar Society 2(; haha

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 10, 2012

    The Liar society

    I lov this book so much its so interesting. Its kind of scary but very suspensful. I recka.end this book for kids in high school.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 27, 2012

    MUST READ!!!!!!!!

    This a very very very goo bok and all girls should read it. It is very mysterious and really makes you want to continue to read. Again very good anf continue to read and come out with more books please!!!!!""

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 5, 2011

    How many pgs is it?

    0 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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